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Car Wash and Chicken Dinner fundraiser today at Hilltop Supermarket for Brady Conatser

 

Brady ConatserClarksville, TN – Today, Sunday, March 10th there will be a car wash and chicken dinner fundraiser at Hilltop Supermarket to raise money for Brady Conatser’s rehabilitation medical expenses.

The fundraiser will start at 11:00am and run through 4:00pm.

Stop by and get your car washed, eat some good food, and help raise money for a good cause. «Read the rest of this article»

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Yard Sale Fundraiser to be held for Brady Conatser June 2nd

 

Brady ConatserCunningham, TN – There will be a yard sale for Brady Conatser June 2nd starting 9:00am at the Montgomery Central High School parking lot in Cunningham, TN. Donations are still being accepted. The yard sale is to help raise money for equipment that Brady needs for his rehabilitation.

Some of the items include an exercise bike, treadmill, patio set, futon bed, weight set, televisions, antique silver trays, antique glassware, lots of kids toys and clothes. There will also be a band playing.

If you have items you would like to donate for the yard sale please call Vicki at
931.801.6862 or Betsy at 931.801.3529 to discuss either pickup or a time for drop off. Brady is now home from Atlanta and is doing good but still needs a lot of rehab. «Read the rest of this article»

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Yard Sale Fundraiser to be held for Brady Conatser in May

 

Brady ConatserCunningham, TN – There will be a yard sale for Brady Conatser May 11th and 12th from 7:00am to 5:00pm at 3900 Morgan Circle Cunningham, TN. Donations are being accepted for the yard sale to help raise money for equipment that Brady needs for his rehabilitation.

If you have items you would like to donate for the yard sale please call 931.801.3529 to discuss either pickup or a time for drop off. Brady is now home from Atlanta and is doing good but still needs a lot of rehab. «Read the rest of this article»

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Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center Fundraiser for Brady Conatser a Success

 

Brady ConatserClarksville, TN – There was a rundraising event for Brady Conatser held at the Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center Saturday, January 28th. Those that came out were able to bowl from 9:00am to 11:00am for only $7.00. Everyone had a really good time and helped raise money for Brady’s rehabilitation.

“I just wanted to thank everyone for coming out this morning and supporting Brady.” said Tiffany Perry, Conatser’s cousin and organizer of the event.

A little girl bowling at the fundraising event at the Pinnacle.

A little girl bowling at the fundraising event at the Pinnacle.

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Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center to hold Fundraising Event for Brady Conatser Saturday morning

 

Come out and Bowl for Brady

Brady ConatserClarksville, TN – On Saturday, January 28th there will be a fundraising event for Brady Conatser at the Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center. Dr. Mac Edington has donated the Pinnacle from 9:00am to 11:00am for free bowling that includes shoe rental. A donation of $7.00 will be collected at the door.

Conatser, a 2011 graduate of Montgomery Central High School, was paralyzed on December 27th when he became light headed and fell hitting his head on a truck bumper and then again on a bolt that was part of the car lift. He damaged his c-4 vertebrae, breaking his neck. «Read the rest of this article»

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Brady Conatser’s Fundraiser Auction a Huge Success

 

Brady ConatserCunningham, TN – On Saturday, January 21st at 6:00pm a Fundraiser Auction held at the Montgomery Central High School’s Thomas-Young Gym for Brady Conatser, a young man who was paralyzed in a fall during a fainting episode. All the money raised will help pay for Brady’s medical and rehabilitation bills.

Conatser, a 2011 graduate of Montgomery Central, was paralyzed on December 27th when he became light headed and fell hitting his head on a truck bumper and then again on a bolt that was part of the car lift. He damaged his c-4 vertebrae, breaking his neck. He is currently in Atlanta, GA at the Shepherd Center a world renowned rehabilitation center that specializes in spinal cord injuries in young people.

Around 300 people came to the Fundraiser Auction held at the Montgomery Central High School’s Thomas-Young Gym for Brady Conaster Saturday night.

Around 300 people came to the Fundraiser Auction held at the Montgomery Central High School’s Thomas-Young Gym for Brady Conaster Saturday night.

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Fundraiser Auction this Saturday for Brady Conatser

 

Brady ConatserCunningham, TN – There will be a Fundraiser Auction at the Montgomery Central High School gym for Brady Conatser Saturday, January 21st starting at 6:00pm. There will be hamburgers, hot dogs, etc for sale as well as t-shirts. The t-shirts are $20.00 each.

Brady Conatser fell on December 27th injuring his spine. He has recently been moved to the Shepard Center in Atlanta, GA, a world renowned rehabilitation center that specializes in spinal cord injuries. However, the families insurance will not cover this treatment. All money raised goes towards Brady’s medical and rehabilitation bills. «Read the rest of this article»

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Family to hold Fundraiser Auction for Teen Paralyzed in Fall

 

 Brady Conatser Cunningham, TN – On December 27th Brady Conatser suffered a fall after fainting resulting in a spinal injury to his c4 vertebrae. He was life-flighted to Vanderbilt Trauma Unit where he underwent a series of 4 surgeries to stabilize his condition. Since the accident Brady has since been able to breath without the assistance of the ventilator, and has had some movement in his arms.

The family is working to raise funds to get him into the Shepard Center in Atlanta, GA; a world renowned rehabilitation center that specializes in spinal cord injuries. “We are keeping our fingers crossed that they accept Brady as a patient because this facility is Brady’s absolute best chance at recovery,” said Vicki Self, Brady’s mother. The families insurance has indicated that this treatment will not be covered under their policy. «Read the rest of this article»

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